A routine trip to the gas station recently became a treat when this vehicle pulled in next to us at the adjoining pumps. Of course my camera was close by and I asked the driver if I could take some photos of his car.
He was the owner and discovered this 1932 Plymouth in an old building twenty years ago. He did all the work on it himself. “It’s what I do,” he said.
I asked, “Do you drive it very often?”
“Every day,” was the reply.
He has modified the car with air conditioning and replaced the vinyl-like roof for a solid one. He also put in an overhead console.
The rest is from stock, original parts. It has a rumble seat which he has removed but it can be re-positioned.
“You must feel like a million bucks driving around in this beauty,” I commented.
He laughed. “People wave but all I see is hands,” he said. The windshield doesn’t have a large field of view.
We spoke of how the world has changed since this old car was new. One can say they don’t make them like this any more, but he is one of the few who can. Quite a talent!